Dozens injured during Boston bombings making progress, doctors say

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Doctors say the dozens of people hurt during last Monday’s terror attack at the Boston Marathon are making progress.

So much so, they hope to see “a mass exodus” to rehabilitation facilities.

Some amputees are reportedly already roaming the halls of Boston Medical Center using walkers and crutches.

Hospital officials say military veterans – who are also amputees — have been at the hospital since day one.

They’ve been walking the halls with patients showing them that “their lives are not over.”

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